Grapes speak Esperanto as their native language.
All over the world! Esperanto is an international language, so people everywhere learn it as a second language.
No. A universal language, by definition, would be a widely spoken language. Esperanto has only about 2 million speakers, scattered over the planet.
Turkish and Esperanto
Esperanto was launched into life in 1887, so it is still a comparatively young language.
Esperanto is supposedly the international language, however no country has adopted Esperanto officially. It is spoken in over 115 countries.
Bernard Cavanagh has written: 'Esperanto' 'A first foreign language for all mankind: Esperanto' -- subject(s): Esperanto
He was Polish.
Merry Christmas in Esperanto, an artificial international language.
Esperanto is younger. Korean has been developing since before recorded history, whereas Esperanto was invented in the late 1800s.
Esperanto was and is intended to serve as a second language for us all. That's an ambitious but laudable aim.
Esperanto is evolving but its basis never changes. Words like "fejsbuko" the Esperanto word for Facebook has needed to be included, for example as the internet is used by Esperanto speakers from all over the World.
It is not a native language. It is a constructed language that has no country of origin.
Esperanto is an artificial language devised in 1887 as an international medium of communication, based on roots from the chief European languages.
No. Esperanto was designed to be easy to learn, in the hope that it would become an international language.
The disadvantage of Esperanto is that it's not widely spoken at all. It has only about 2000 native speakers and less than 2 million who speak it as a second language.
Esperanto is a constructed language (also known as an artificial language). Rather than evolving naturally like most languages, it was invented by someone, L. L. Zamenhof, in the late 1800s.
It was created to facilitate international communication. It was intended to be a second language, not a primary language. At the time that Esperanto was created, French was the de facto international language. Now that role is largely fulfilled by English.
No language was developed form Esperanto, but Ido is considered to be a modern revision of Esperanto.No languages have been developed from Esperanto, But Ido is considered to be an "update" of Esperanto.
I think you are asking about ESPERANTO
Esperanto, i think.